PLEASE STATE THE BOOK OF THE BIBLE, THE CHAPTER AND VERSES BESIDES YOUR ANSWERS

1.Which woman in the bible used lies and deceit to revenge a young man who rejected her advances?

2. Jesus told us the tale of the return of the prodigal son. In this parable what is being demonstrated in regards to what the father and the son represent to us today?

3. In the face of adversity and oppression he pressed on, his persistent paid off and in the end those that tried to oppress and kept him back was commanded to help him forward. What was his driving force that saved him and caused him to be healed?

4. In the temporal sense her decision and statement would be deemed foolish. But in the spiritual sense she was walking by faith and not by sight and in the perfect will of God she was brought to the house of bread. Who was she and what was the decision and statement that she made?

Closing date Thursday 20 August unless we have an early winner

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1. Genesis 39:13-20, Potiphar's wife

2. Luke 15:11-32 The Father's forgiveness and love no matter what we have done, when we repent and come back to Him, we are welcomed, no matter how lost or what the circumstances. His love never fails.

3. This could be Moses, Joseph, Jabez, Samson, Daniel, or David, but I think it is the man with the legions of demons, Jesus removed and he helped the people who use to enslave him. Mark 5:1-20, Matt 8:28, Luke 8:26

4. Mary, Luke 1:38, 46-55//Behold, I am the handmaiden of the Lord, let it be done to me according to what you have said.
Hi Rev
Please revisit the questions and read them in the entirity.

Q3. Your answer cannot be right because the scripture you quote do not show anyone opressing him or his opressors being use to assist him or show determination to press on in the face of adversity.

Q4 I cannot see any statement that Mary made it in the passages you quote that would be deem foolish. Therefore your answer is not correct. You would be better to study the old testament for the answer to this question.

P.S. please do not mind me asking you to revisit questions because the Bible Trivia is for us to help each other grow in the word. I too am learning and as I learn I hope to share what I have learnt with others.
1. Potiphar's wife - Gen. 39:7-19

2. God's love, mercy and forgiveness are what's demonstrated in Lk 15:11-32. The father of course represents God the Father, the son represents man. This shows that whether we be sinners or backsliders, when we repent and return to God, He will always accept us back, no matter what we have done.

3. You're talking about Job. He knew he was righteous, he knew he loved God but at a time when all this befell him, he had to question God. It shows human nature but when God began to dialogue with him, he realized "his frame." Knowing that God is just and loving, Job relented and repented and continued to love, honor and worship God. His friends accused him of some wrongdoing, not knowing the will of God themselves. They, in the end and at God's command, had to come back to apologize to Job, ask for forgiveness and Job prayed for them. I could go on but I think this is enough.

4. Umm?, the widow woman of Zarephath. She thought she and her son were going to die because they had no bread/food left to eat. She said to the prophet Elijah, "As the LORD thy God liveth, I have not a cake, but an handful of meal in a barrel, and a little oil in a cruse: and, behold, I am gathering two sticks, that I may go in and dress it for me and my son, that we may eat it, and die." Elijah told her to first make him a cake (bread) then for herself and son. Her decision to obey the man of God caused the meal to never run out. 1 Kings 17:10-16
Hi Angelo & Desiree' Andrews

Good effort but you need to revisit Q3 and Q4 know that each part of the question is important.

in Question 3 The reason it could not be Job because my interpretation is Job began to waver slightly with self righteousness just before the Lord appeared under the pressure of his friends plus his friends was not commanded to help him rather the Lord told them to let Job pray for them so Job helped them not the other way round so Job cannot be the person I am looking for in q3

In Question 4 the reason it is not the woman of Zarephath she did not really speak anything to be considered foolish as far as I am aware she spoke what she believe to be truth considering the predicament of her situation plus I can't recall her going to the house of Bread
Answers to Trivia 4

Q1.Which woman in the bible used lies and deceit to revenge a young man who rejected her advances?

A1. Potiphar’s wife tried to seduce Joseph but was rejected by Joseph. She then lied to her husband that Joseph had tried to rape her and thus Joseph was thrown into jail. (Geneses 39)

Q2. Jesus told us the tale of the return of the prodigal son. In this parable what is being demonstrated in regards to what the father and the son represent to us today?

A2. God's love, mercy and forgiveness are the attributes demonstrated in Luke 15:11-32. The father of course represents God, the son represents man. This shows that whether we are sinners or backsliders, when we repent and return to God, He will always accept us back, no matter what we have done.

Q3. In the face of adversity and oppression he pressed on, his persistent paid off and in the end those that tried to oppress and keep him back was commanded to help him forward. What was his driving force that saved him and caused him to be healed?

A3. The answer is FAITH Luke 18: 42 and Mark 10:52 - The Blind man was healed by his Faith Luke 18: 42 read story from Luke 10:35 -43 and Mark 10:52 read also from Mark 10: 42-52. Even though the crowd tried to stop him he persisted and pressed on even harder crying out the more louder to Jesus until Jesus heard then ask the crowd who was trying to stop him to help him forward where he was saved and healed by his Faith.

Q4. In the temporal sense her decision and statement would be deemed foolish. But in the spiritual sense she was walking by faith and not by sight and in the perfect will of God she was brought to the house of bread. Who was she and what was the decision and statement that she made?

A4. Ruth decided to follow Naomi not knowing where she was going where she would sleep, whether she would have food to eat, whether or not Naomi’s family would accept her ‘Where you go I will go, where you lodge I will lodge, your people shall be my people, your God shall be my God’ Ruth 1:16 however as she walk by faith the perfect will of God brought her to Bethlehem (House of Bread) where she met Boaz.

3 way tie with 2 correctly answers out of 4 Rev Sunee Robinson, Angelo & Desire Andrews of Black Preaching Network and Dr Ojo of I'M Still Blesssed

Dr B J Ojo lost out from being the winner because he did not actually give the answer to question 3 he is correct that it was Blind Bathemeus but the question was not who it was but what was the driving force which healed him the answer was his Faith

Jimmy correctly stated the Scripture chapter etc in Q1 but did not state the answer. In Q3 he correctly stated the scripture, chapter and verses but failed to give the correct answer which is Faith. Luke 18:42 'And Jesus said unto him, Receive thy sight: thy faith hath saved thee'.

In Question 4 after a few disagreement he got the story line but again failed to correctly answer the question which related to Ruth and Ruth's statement and Ruth's decision
Thanks, I love playing this. I guess, I had too many answers for the right answer.I missed the what and read into it (as we do) who.
Thank you Rev I pray others also enjoy it. So often we fail to see the obvious which I am definately guity of,thats trait a hope to correct.

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